In an interview in yesterday's NY Times Magazine, there was the following question and answer from ex-banker Felix Rohatyn:
Question: Are you concerned about the number of students who have forsaken engineering for business school?
Answer: They’ll go back to being engineers after they’ve discovered that business school doesn’t make them millions of dollars. They’ll see the stock market doesn’t do them much good, so they might as well do something constructive.
You can read the whole interview (which is not otherwise about engineering) at:
Monday, February 09, 2009
Students: Business versus Engineering
From the Engineering and Technology Dean's (ETD) listserv that I subscribe to: